On August 30th, The Ultimate Fighter will return to television for it’s twenty-sixth season to deliver fight fans a combination of mixed martial arts action and reality television drama. This season’s coaches Eddie Alvarez (28-5) and Justin Gaethje (18-0) will look to guide female flyweight stars toward the inaugural (and long-awaited) UFC flyweight championship.
Prior to TUF 26’s premiere, WMMA Rankings will be analyzing each flyweight hopeful. Scroll down to learn more about more about Christina Marks!
Fighting out of Fight Ugly Team in San Diego, California, Christina Marks enters the TUF house off of a three-fight win streak. Standing at 5’6″ tall, Marks holds a professional record of 8-8.
Marks has proven to be well-rounded in her career since turning pro in 2009. Of her eight victories, three come by way of KO/TKO, two by submission, and three by decision.
Notable losses on her record include Sarah D’Alelio, Colleen Schneider, Alexis Dufresne, Michelle Ould, and Sara McMann.
She is a coach at a UFC gym in San Diego and holds a purple belt in BJJ. Mark’s name is not as recognizable as some of her fellow competitors but she brings a well-rounded fight game and a strong determination to this season.
Who would you like to see Christina Marks face in the TUF house?